minor switch

minor switch

[′mīn·ər ¦swich]
(electricity)
Single-motion stepping switch mounted atop the telephone connectors and most commonly used for the party-line selection.
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PLAY TWO UP FRONT MOVING from a 3-4-2-1 to a 3-4-1-2 may seem a minor switch. But simply placing Sturridge up top, presumably alongside Sterling, would leave Liverpool a player short in midfield.
The model features a longer bonnet, minor switch revisions including an upgraded GPS system, new door mirrors and a revised rear bumper.
"But surely, that would have required a minor switch to the fixtures, so that we could have returned to a programme of League matches?
Secondary controls were close to hand and infront of the driver, with only a few very minor switches out sight low down on the right of the facia.
The Mini is beautifully detailed too, even the minor switches feel expensive and nice to touch and the Mini exudes the feeling of a car that has been styled by people who care rather than simply designed by accountants.
The secondary controls are fairly close to the wheel but some of the minor switches are not so well laid out which means you have to take your eyes off the road to locate and use them low down on the central console.
The secondary controls are fairly close to the wheel, but some of the minor switches are not so well laid out which means you have to take your eyes off the road to locate and use them low down on the central console .
With the exception of some minor switches, all the main controls are exactly where you would expect them.
There's still a touch too much Fordism in the cabin's minor switches and controls and the interior does lack a sense of occasion, but perhaps that's a small price to pay for what's fast becoming Jaguar's tour de force - a Mercedes-like integrity.
To begin the process the committee decided to first start off with a microwave line-of-site system between all the major and minor switches in Northern Iraq.
The minor switches were on the small side as well but the instruments were quite big, clearly marked and well lit at night.